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Chino Valley's new equine center scores high on innovation
Rescue operation breaks the formula on caring for horses

Ed Boks, executive director of the Yavapai Humane Society, shows off a new type of padding for horse stalls. He said they plan to use it in two holding stalls at the new Chino Valley rescue center on a trail basis.
Photo by Ken Sain.

Ed Boks, executive director of the Yavapai Humane Society, shows off a new type of padding for horse stalls. He said they plan to use it in two holding stalls at the new Chino Valley rescue center on a trail basis.

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